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Get Happy


Download links and information about Get Happy by Judy Garland. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 56:53 minutes.

Artist: Judy Garland
Release date: 2002
Genre: Pop, Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 20
Duration: 56:53
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No. Title Length
1. Over the Rainbow 2:16
2. A Journey to a Star 2:46
3. Easter Parade 2:44
4. I Wish I Were in Love Again 2:30
5. Bidin' My Time 3:10
6. Johnny One Note 2:17
7. A Couple of Swells 2:43
8. For You, For Me, For Evermore 3:16
9. I Don't Care 2:13
10. Could You Use Me 3:06
11. Happy Harvest 2:58
12. Love 3:25
13. Yah-ta-Ta Yah-Ta-Ta (Talk Talk Talk 3:13
14. Get Happy 2:50
15. This Heart of Mine 3:23
16. On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe 3:07
17. Mine 2:47
18. Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis 2:13
19. The Boy Next Door 3:06
20. I`ve Got Rhythm 2:50



The two CDs in this package contain separate collections of Judy Garland performances of the 1950s and '60s. Disc one is a compilation of duets drawn from television programs, almost all of them from the 1963-1964 series The Judy Garland Show, the sole exception being a medley of "Let There Be Love" and "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" sung with Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra that derives from a 1962 special also entitled The Judy Garland Show. The sound quality is terrific, the arrangements bold and brassy, and the guest stars enthusiastic in teaming with Garland. This material, which apparently is being licensed more or less indiscriminately by the estate of Garland's third husband, Sid Luft, to any label willing to pay the fee, is also available in one form or another on many other reissues, but this one is well-put-together, with the tracks segueing seamlessly together as if this were one long, all-star show. Disc two has also turned up on many other discs. It is the private recording made of Garland's final show of her 1951-1952 engagement at the Palace Theater in New York. Here, too, the sound quality is much better than it has been on previous issues, but this is still a fan-only performance on which the singer is sometimes off-mic or communicating with her adoring audience in ways not apparent simply from the audio. In her spoken remarks, Garland is often out of breath and seemingly absent-minded, but her singing is usually powerful.